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The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for for January 2007:
The 'Hungarian Rag' was definitely a kind of a pre-echo to the upcoming new music style called 'Jass'.
This audio is part of the collection: The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] - Collection Site
It also belongs to collection: Music, Arts & Culture
Artist/Composer: Edison Military Band
Source: Collection of Norman Bruderhofer [<a href="http://www.cylinder.de/">www.cylinder.de</a>]
Keywords: ragtime; dance; jass; early jazz; cylinder record
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
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|edba-2089_vbr_mp3.zip||VBR ZIP||3.4 MB|
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|Hungarian Rag - One-Step||
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Subject: Just like Andy Warstar & the Warstars
Yeah, this new song by Andy Warstar is totally awesome.
Somehow he's managed to do all these really cool Hungarian style punk rock songs on cylinders and then put them on the internets!
It's like, wow man... Hungarian punk on cylinder. As sweet good day by crikey.
Subject: Hungarian Rag
Subject: The older you get, the more you appreciate history :-)
What an incredible experience to be able to dial back in time to 1913 and touch one of the earliest technological developments in consumer entertainment. With the click of a mouse I go back to gas lamps and buckboards and listen to a musical moment frozen in time on an Edison cylinder. Music history, technology history and cultural history come wafting out of my PC speakers. Is the Internet Archive the new Library of Alexandria? Yes, and even better - it comes to you!
Subject: hungarian rag
loved the whistle
Subject: Nice ragtime!
One can clearly hear the elements that would later make their way into jazz. Nice peppy tune!